The next meeting of the PACS CSS Workshop will be this Saturday, January 26, at 9 to 10 am.
This month, we will talk about using CSS to make rounded corners. If you look at any current website, you can see that the old boxy layouts have often given way to rounder looks. It's not just for looks, though. Varying the style of elements on a page can help draw attention to those elements, and there is something visually comfortable about a softer looking page.
There are actually many techniques for making rounded corners. We will cover the basics and show some easy, cross-browser options that work on fixed-width and flexible boxes.
We will of course have the usual lineup of web-related meetings, and we should have a book or two to raffle off during the day.